Upcoming Shows

Highlands Ranch Summer Concert Series

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Highland Heritage Regional Park, 9651 South Quebec, Highlands Ranch, CO 80130

Pack a picnic, bring the whole family and enjoy great music at the park. Kona Ice will be serving shaved ice! Highland Heritage Regional Park is located at 9651 S. Quebec Street, and is behind the Highlands Ranch Post Office. There is limited parking available at the park. Admission is free, but dogs are not allowed in the park, so please leave them at home.

Blues & BBQ Festival for Better Housing Benefiting Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver

Citizen's Park, 24th Avenue & Chase Street, Edgewater, CO

Tickets on sale March 1, 2020 VIP Tickets are $100 each VIP Ticket includes entrance to the VIP Tent with free catered food and beer/wine/non-alcoholic beverages. You can also meet and greet with the bands in the VIP tent! Adult Tickets are $10 each Kids 12 and under are FREE! Event is Handicapped Accessible. Due to the nature of the event some of the normal routes may be modified, but we have absolutely worked to make sure we have access throughout the festival. We accept cash and credit cards. No Smoking inside the festival We have a Pet Friendly. All dogs must be on a leash at all times. Owners must clean up after their dogs. Everyone over 21 years of age must provide legal identification in order to receive a wristband for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. No alcohol may be brought in or out of the event While we permit outside food and non‐alcoholic beverages, we highly encourage people to support our local food and beverage vendors! Outside Alcoholic beverages are NOT permitted. No illegal substances Back packs, coolers and picnic baskets will be checked All tickets are barcoded and will be scanned at the gate. One ticket per person. Event organizers are not responsible for lost or stolen tickets, personal items, personal injury or property damage. Parking is available in the old King Soopers parking lot at 20th Avenue and Depew Street. DIRECTIONS: From 1-70 and Sheridan. Go south on Sheridan to 24th Ave. turn west to Citizen’s Park. PARKING: Street parking is available around the festival site. TICKETS: Tickets do not include food or beverages. PROCEEDS: will benefit HABITAT for HUMANITY of Metro Denver.

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About Us

About Nick Of Time - A Tribute to Bonnie Raitt: 

Bonnie Raitt’s career has spanned decades of timeless and Grammy award winning hits such as “I Can’t Make You Love Me, Something To Talk About, Thing Called Love, Nick Of Time, Love Sneaking Up On You, Angel From Montgomery, Runaway, I Thank You, Love Letter, Love Me Like A Man, and many more. Diana Wood, along with some of the top musicians in Colorado that comprise the Nick Of Time Band, deliver those songs and more in a professional, upbeat, and entertaining show that is family friendly. 

Diana Wood - Vocals: Diana Wood is a veteran entertainer who has performed the National Anthem for the Colorado Rockies, the Denver Nuggets, with groups such as FAM Rock Choir Colorado, Homeslice, Moment’s Notice Entertainment and Hot Lunch, and nationally known artists Earth, Wind & Fire, FACE Vocal Band, Jimmy Hall and Exposè.  She brings the voice of Bonnie Raitt to the forefront and will make you long for more.

David Brandt - Bass and Vocals: David performed for years with My Blue Sky, an award winning Allman Brothers Band tribute band. David has also performed with world renowned artists such as Joe Bonamassa, Jimmy Hall, Kara Grainger, Dany Franchi, Tommy Castro & Josh Smith.

Joe Candelario - Guitar and Vocals: Joe Candelario is an experienced virtuoso guitarist, who has been performing in the Colorado music scene (Cover/Original) for thirty plus years, primarily with his enduring blues rock trio the Joe C. Wails Gang, as well as performing solo acoustic showcases. Joe has had the honor to share the stage and support national and regional touring artists, such as The Romantics, Pretty Boy Floyd, The Regulators, The Railsplitters, and Wendy Woo.

Tone Show - Keyboards and Vocals: A long-time musician, Tone celebrates his 40th anniversary as a professional musician this year (2019.) He is a prolific multi-instrumentalist - proficient on guitar, saxophone, drums and piano. During the 1990s in the record business in Tokyo, Tone worked on dozens of album and single releases, and logged over 5,000 hours of studio experience along with being exposed to a huge variety of music styles. In Colorado, Tone has played with local blues greats like Jack Hadley, Erik Boa and Randall Dubis, in addition to his duties as a sound engineer for Oskar Blues HMLS.

Curt Pleiss - Drums and Percussion:  Curt has played with numerous Colorado original, cover and tribute artists including Paradise Theatre,  My Old School, My Blue Sky, Borgo, Black Box Audio, Broken Land and Never Been to Texas just to name a few.

Michael Hossler - Guitar: Michael is a class of 1980 graduate of the Guitar Institute of Technology in Hollywood, California and has performed in various bands in the Colorado Front Range for nearly 50 years.  He was lead guitarist with Dan Treanor's Afrosippi Band and Erica Brown when they represented the Colorado Blues Society in the 2013 International Blues Challenge (IBC) in Memphis, TN and won 3rd place.  He has in his time with this accomplished group opened for numerous rock and blues icons including Leon Russell, Lisa Fischer, The Grand Batton, Hot Tuna, and others at festivals all around the state, as well as sharing the stage with many contemporary touring blues acts.  A multi-faceted talent, Michael has also won awards for songwriting in the John Lennon Songwriting Competitions, and was a finalist in the Jazz category of the Los Angeles Music Awards Show in Beverly Hills, CA.

Tia Marlier - Vocals: Tia has been singing professionally most of her life and has graced the stages of the Arvada Center and Boulder’s Dinner Theatre as a musical theatre performer, as well as fronting numerous jazz and Top 40 bands as a vocalist in Michigan and Colorado. Tia spent 13 years with Moment’s Notice Entertainment bands singing jazz, pop, rock, country and R&B, and has performed with the a cappella groups: The 17th Avenue Allstars, Dirty Blondes and Charm School Dropouts.

Keeping the music of Bonnie Raitt fresh and relevant this group of accomplished musicians does just that. They pay the deepest respect to one of the worlds most accomplished musical catalogs and it's done with energy, class and their own personal touch on such timeless music. Go see this band” - Michael Emanuele

— Backstage Flash Concert Photography

Contact & Booking

Booking inquiries should be sent to info@nickoftimeband.com or use the contact form below